First Friday – Think Pink!

First Friday – Think Pink!

October 6, 2017

6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Historic Downtown Manassas



Enjoy the variety of shops and restaurants in Historic Downtown Manassas on Friday, October 6 for First Friday!

Historic Manassas’ First Friday theme this October is “Think Pink!”

Many shops will be staying open until 9:00pm and a few will be providing activities and specials throughout the evening.

Totally Vintage Design will be hiding pink rocks with their name on the back. If finder brings the rock back to the store they will receive 10% off there purchase. They will also be having a tasting or their new line of “My favorite Butter’s and salsa’s.” An artist will be outside of their store with scared pink stickers/labels so that people/ children can decorate and wear to bring attention to the cause.

bedrockYOGA will be having a raffle for a “Think Pink” yoga mat and bag, offering new student specials. And if you come by town before the “official” start of the event, you can attend their Karma class from 3:30-5:00pm. Proceeds from the Karma class will be going to Virginia Breast Cancer Foundation.

Badwolf Brewing Company will have Happy Hour Pricing at both of their locations (Kao Circle and Center St).

Popcorn Monkey will have Pink Popcorn!

Philadelphia Tavern Will have music on the patio by Harlen Simple.

Salon 414 is offering Pink Hair extensions for $10 each. Numerous raffle items and other purchasable items will be on display. All of the money raised at Salon414 this night will go to benefit The Ann Clarke Dollard Foundation.

Can’t wait to see you out at First Friday!! Don’t forget to wear your PINK!


Streets will be closed to traffic this month.

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